Before diving into the flowers you will need to make your wedding bouquet consider this: what type of bouquet shape do you want? If you’re are not sure check out our Flower Bouquet Shapes and Styles blog post for inspiration. After you decide on the look and style, you can then focus on the types of flowers you will need to make your once in a lifetime flower accessory. To make any arrangement you will need a focal, filler, and line flowers with greenery that will blend naturally.
FOCAL – The focal flower typically is the most costly, largest and has one bloom per stem. When you look at an arrangement it is the flower(s) that draws your eye. Examples of focal flowers are:
FILLERS – Fillers are exactly what the name implies, they are a cluster or multi bloom type flowers, which fill in the gaps of an arrangement. Examples of filler flowers are:
GREENERY – Puts the finishing touch on your flower arrangement. Greens not only give the proper enhancement to your final arrangement as well as fill in gaps, but most importantly they can give the needed structural support to your arrangement. Examples of greenery are:
LINE – is a tall flower with multiple blooms per stem. Line flowers define the shape of an arrangement and of course can add height. Examples of line flowers are:
This romantic cascading bouquet showcases all of the elements I listed above! Here’s what I’d suggest to recreate this look: White Designer Lisianthus Flowers, Veronica Flower Light Pink, Creamy Pink Astilbe Flower, Scabiosa Pods, Silver Dollar Eucalyptus, and Fresh Cut Rose Blushing Bride.
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